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Cipriano

Cipriano   (USA)

EuroDance group
Added : 22/10/2011
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Get Up (Move Your Body)
Reach For The Top
94 1995 1996

 

Cipriano singles

Get Up (Move Your Body) Get Up (Move Your Body) 1st May 1995  
Reach For The Top Reach For The Top 1996  

 

 



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Cipriano biography

The project featured vocalist Michelle. Get Up (Move Your Body) was produced and arranged by Mickey Garcia and Matt Facchini, with backing vocals by Debbie Cole. Reach For The Top and its B-side Lover Boy was produced, arranged and written by Jean Lauture and Mickey Garcia (who also did the keyboards)

Thanks to Aldo and to Gianni

Cipriano biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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